Taylor Swift 'Welcome To New York' [LiISTEN HERE]: '1989' Singer Debuts New Preview From Album

By Mitch Thorpe, Mstars News writer | Oct 20, 2014 11:47 AM EDT
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Taylor Swift's giving her fans another listen of her new album 1989. The star just released a snippet of a new track off her album called "Welcome to New York," and it's electric. The song will officially makes it way onto iTunes tomorrow at 12 a.m., but for now we are replaying the 30-second clip over and over.

The star has been keeping her fans excited for her new project since it was announced in August. She released her first single "Shake It Off" the same month, and then debuted a new song called "Out of the Woods" last week.

The singer/songwriter explained in a statement that new song "Welcome to New York" is an important song for her because it describes her changes over the last few years while living in the city.

"I started the album with 'Welcome to New York' because New York has been an important landscape and location for the story of my life in the last couple of years," the star explained. "It's like an electric city, and I approached moving there with such wide-eyed optimism. I saw New York as a place of endless potential and possibilities, and you can hear that reflected in this music and in this song."

The song was written and produced by Swift with the help of One Direction's Ryan Tedder and Noel Zancanella.

The pop princess sings the following lyrics on the track:

"Searching for a sound we hadn't heard before, and it said, welcome to New York, it's been waiting for you. / Welcome to New York, welcome to New York. / Welcome to New York, it's been waiting for you. / Welcome to New York, welcome to New York. / It's a new soundtrack, I could dance to this beat, beat ... forevermore."

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